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Innovate by moving backward

As this Wired News piece by Chris Kohler suggests, there are times when the most innovative thing you can do is to reach back for something that was popular and bring it to market with a fresh coat of paint.

Suggestion: Read the article to your management team, then open the discussion up to talk about other products or services that earned new popularity after being off-the-shelf for a while.

The goal is to end up considering which of your old ideas could be successfully revived.

Retro Gamers Unite

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